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Most people—even those with a strong support system and no diagnosable mental illness—can benefit from therapy at some point in their lives. But the signs that therapy might be helpful aren’t always obvious. If you’re experiencing prolonged periods of anger, sadness, or anxiety; are struggling with relationship conflicts or communication problems; are coping with a specific painful event, like the death of a loved one, a breakup, or the loss of a job; or are grappling with questions of identity or self-esteem, it may be time to try either short- or long-term therapy.


Like I often say, I’m not here to tell you I can fix what you’re going through, but I will make sure that you don’t have to fight it alone.





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